Zfortunately there are still contemporaries today who maintain the tone of conversation, even if they have been criticized by others and are now criticizing them in turn. Wayne Rooney, former football star, had accused his former comrade-in-arms Cristiano Ronaldo of unprofessional behavior. As a result, Ronaldo, as reported by “Bild”, commented on Rooney as follows: “I will not say that I look better than him. But it is true.” One can only have respect for this reluctance coupled with undeniable fidelity to the facts. We are eager to see what happens. Next, won’t Rooney say Ronaldo is an arrogant prat?
Married to a former football star Victoria Beckham is a step further in terms of true values. According to Neue Blatt, she gave her daughter Harper “sweet advice”: “Be the nicest girl in the class, that’s all that matters.” You don’t have to be the prettiest or the smartest.” A wise recommendation, niceness can be worked out differently than being smart or beautiful. However, we find the demand on the daughter to be the nicest in the whole class quite high: Beckham himself wasn’t even the nicest of the five Spice Girls.
Has completely pinched itself ronaldo the remark that he is also superior to Rooney in wealth. Melinda Gates no longer needs to look at money when it comes to love: “Your new guy is poor but sexy,” headlines “Bunte”. Unlike his predecessor, Melinda Gates’ new partner Jon Du Pre is not only sexy, but also style-conscious and well-trained. “But Melindas Neuer and software developer Bill do share one thing in common: both prefer to wear caps in their free time,” says “Bunte”. In this respect, Melinda remains true to her prey scheme.
How about some “muscat nut”?
Berlin’s former governing mayor Wowereit coined the “poor but sexy” slogan for his city, and in view of the fact that a complete election now has to be repeated, one could add: “and not particularly bright”. Let’s hope for Melinda Gates that this isn’t the case with her new one; in the end, the choice has to be repeated there too, and he chooses a different one. Jon Du Pre, by the way, has worked as a television correspondent for more than two decades, so it’s surprising that “Bunte” is so adamant about categorizing him as “poor.” Are your people, “Bunte”, paid so badly?
A new line of business has the already better earning Kate Moss discovered, however, according to “Bunte”, she “triggered several procedures for naming rights, because she now sells wellness products under the label ‘Cosmoss’ (pronounced: cosmos).” Should she have to give up the rights, she could switch from wellness to nutrition and, for example, sell mustard (“Mosstrich”), spices (“Mosskatnuss”) and cream cheese (“Mosscarpone”).
A divorce at Silbereisen – only consistent
It can’t really be money worries that drove Mike Tindall, the husband of Queen’s granddaughter Zara, to the British jungle camp as a candidate. There he apparently reveals one or two details about his marriage, as “Frau im Spiegel” writes. On the first date with Zara, for example, they realized “that we both like to have a drink. That was a good start,” says Tindall. That’s gratifying, but is it also a good basis for a long-term relationship? When you get older, you can tolerate a lot less, and then suddenly you realize, soberingly, that you don’t have anything in common anymore.
A German Schlager couple has already reached this point, as “Gala” reports. “Stefan Mross, 46, and Anna-Carina Woitschack, 30, announced their love via Instagram last week: ‘If anyone can say, in good times and in bad, then we’, they wrote. The moderator Nazan Eckes, 46, had recently used the same sentence when she announced her separation from Julian Khol. Mross and Woitschack would have written better: “If two can say . . .” Or four. Mross and Woitschack once celebrated the application and the wedding itself live on a Florian Silbereisen show, so it would only be logical if they also went through with the divorce at Silbereisen. As a judge, you could borrow Barbara Salesch from RTL.
According to “Beautiful Week”, Prince Harry is pushing for a “quick divorce”. “Meghan is an incredible hypocrite,” scolds editor-in-chief Gitta Kabelitz, and we read: “Stumbling block: a short scene from the US series ‘90210’ from 2008. But it has it all. Because in it, Meghan spoils a man in a car!” And that’s after Meghan “just complained that she used to be treated only as a sex object”. Harry’s lawyers are now “working day and night to get the divorce through,” according to “Beautiful Week.” The spoiled man from 2008, the screenwriters of “90210” and Gitta Kabelitz should be invited as witnesses. Meghan doesn’t stand a chance.